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Jun 21, 2013 8:00am PDT
quote that when they threw the grand jury at me and they did that to jim risen when they put him up against the grand jury when they say we have the digital records that you called this person or this source, but they won't discuss what you said, even though they had word for word everything that you've said. but they won't use that in a court of law and will fall back to the court to say that's how they had justification just to get the met tada a. >> before i let you out of there, i want to tell you about
CNBC
Jun 14, 2013 11:00pm EDT
allowed to fail. let's go to al in california, please. al. >> caller: hi, jim. it's al from california. >> yeah, what's up? >> caller: well, i'm an owner of pfizer shares, jim, and i'm interested in your opinion as to whether i should exchange all, half or none for the zuetas offering that's being offered by pfizer next week. if you have a thought as to -- >> let me opine on both companies. i think that animal health care is just incredibly powerful multiyear growth. that's the wettest. and i think pfizer's a very good company with a good yield. you're not going to go wrong with either, so those who asked, split the difference or whatever. if you want to take down some zoetis, i bless it. if you want to keep your pfizer, i bless that, too. it's up to you. peter in new york. peter. >> caller: big boo-yah to you, sir! >> thank you. >> caller: reason for the call, we love your show, we value your opinion, i'm a shareholder of groupon. i own it lower than this. buy, sell or hold? >> okay, i'm not a huge fan of groupon, but i've also -- ever since andrew mason left, you know, jim's mason --
CNBC
Jun 22, 2013 4:00am EDT
well it was doing. can i go to ellen in kentucky, please? >> caller: hi, jim. i am intrigued by the whole 3-d sector. i'm wondering what you think about ssys with the purchase of maker buds this week. >> that's our favorite in this group. it's held up rather well. remember, we are in a market where interest rates are controlling and this kind of stock goes down when interest rates go up. let's be very careful. let's go to harold in florida. >> caller: hi, jim. harold here. i'm asking about weyerhaeuser, wy. they went down in the last month. i'm surprised, is it because the ceo is retiring? >> no this is owned by my charitable trust and it's real bad. the people think the housing boom is completely over so it's twice cursed. that's why it's one of the worst performing stocks in the second quarter. i think that will reverse. that's why charitable trust owns i. welcome to the new normal where interest rates are more important than stocks themselves. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, brace for a bounce. investors were sick to their stomachs as markets come off one of the wo
CNBC
Jun 15, 2013 4:00am EDT
allowed to fail. let's go to al in california, please. al. >> caller: hi, jim. it's al from california. >> yeah, what's up? >> caller: well, i'm an owner of pfizer shares, jim, and i'm interested in your opinion as to whether i should exchange all, half or none for the zoetis offering that's being offered by pfizer next week. if you have a thought as to -- >> let me opine on both companies. i think that animal health care is just incredibly powerful multiyear growth. that's the wettest. and i think pfizer's a very good company with a good yield. you're not going to go wrong with either, so those who asked, split the difference or whatever. if you want to take down some zoetis, i bless it. if you want to keep your pfizer, i bless that, too. it's up to you. peter in new york. peter. >> caller: big boo-yah to you, sir! >> thank you. >> caller: reason for the call, we love your show, we value your opinion, i'm a shareholder of groupon. i own it lower than this. buy, sell or hold? >> okay, i'm not a huge fan of groupon, but i've also -- ever since andrew mason left, you know, jim's mason --
CNBC
Jun 21, 2013 1:00pm EDT
? is it an overreaction? we'll explore all of that with this guy, my friend jim cramer. he'll be here and has an opinion on all of it, and he's here to give us a special set of stock picks that he thinks is right for today. and it's all about the house. there are some mixed messages in real estate, as there always are. we're going to talk about the economics of housing to see what it means for buyers and sellers right now. first to sue at the nyse. sue? >> thank you, ty. right now you want to look at this chart because it really tells the story. it's a chart of the dow jones industrial average over the last three sessions. we're now down almost 4% since wednesday's fed announce president, and it hasn't been a pretty picture for the bulls. the s&p right now, last trade on the s&p is positive, up two points. the dow is up 30 points, but the nasdaq is still in negative territory, down about 11.5 points. everybody down here is watching interest rates. the yield on the ten-year topping 2.5%. bob pisani joins me now on the floor. interest rates is kind of telling the story? >> we hit it, th
NBC
Jun 17, 2013 11:00pm EDT
backlash against local bikers. >>> good evening. i'm jim hand >> court documents paint a disturbing picture. a woman caught shoplifting and told she'll go to jail unless she performs sexual behaviors for a store security guard. >> david? >> reporter: because of this search warrant that we pulled from court, we now know what happened inside this kmart behind me according to police. because of these court documents, we can tell you that inside that kmart according to police the threats against a victim from a security guard continued even after police got involved. we wanted to talk to tabbasum gilani out of jail on a $20,000 bond. we went to his home this weekend but no one answered. he was working as a loss prevention officer. during his shift on june 8th, a shoplifting. the suspect a 23-year-old woman. police say that gilani escorted her to the back of the store and the search warrant we pulled describes what happened next. he tells her that the offense was a felony and she will go to jail unless she does what he requests. the victim repeatedly refused but gilani threatens to make
CNBC
Jun 21, 2013 6:00pm EDT
." don't go anywhere. "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer! welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. i'm trying to make you money. i want to educate you, so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. we can go higher. we can go higher too. i mean, come on isn't that how you felt? that's how you felt after this week we were put through. didn't it sound surprising we can rally. the nasdaq was slipping, it lagged. yes, if you own stocks, that's the saving grace. they do sometimes go up. me, i'm glad this week is over, we're finally limping into the last week of the quarter. so what's our game plan given the -- just the tremendous decline that we had relative to the rest of the year but not relative to the rest of our decade? well, i have a security. it's funny, i usually don't skart -- have the security. i want you to put it at the top of your screen and it's called the tmx and it re
MSNBC
Jun 21, 2013 11:00am PDT
director of the fbi, jim comey. every day our fbi special agents, analysts, and professional staff devote and often risk their lives keeping us secure from the streets of our cities to the battlefield of afghanistan. they embody the core principles of fidelity, bravery, and integrity. bob mueller has embodied those values through decades of public service and live them every day as fbi director during an extraordinary period in our nation's history. bob, some of you will recall, was sworn in just days before 9/11. bob not only played a key role in our response to those attacks, he began one of the biggest transformations of the fbi in history to make sure that nothing like that ever happens again. like the marine that he's always been, bob never took his eyes off his mission. under his watch, the fbi joined forces with our intelligence, military, and homeland security professionals to break up al qaeda cells, disrupt their activities, and thwart their plots. i'll say it as clearly as i can. countless americans are alive today and our country is more secure because of the fbi's outs
CNBC
Jun 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
investments that will work the best for the rest of 2013. john in new york. john. >> caller: hey, jim. how are you doing? >> real good. how about you, john? >> caller: good. so in honor of the great -- myself being a bucknell alum, giving you a big bucknell boo-yah. >> bill gruber boo-yah. professor at bucknell who had me speak there for their big fund-raiser. what's up? >> caller: terrific. my question is there's been a lot of going on, making several acquisitions in the past few months and speculation of more this week. may be an ipo in the next future. do you think yahoo is a good long-term investment? >> yahoo the parts are worth more than the whole. therefore, yes. it's not hostage to the whims or the slings and arrows of the regular economy. i think it is a good situation. i really like that ceo. let's go to scott in georgia. scott. >> caller: hey, jim, i'm trying to understand what's going on with these reits, particularly nly. announcing their dividend today, down 11% but still yielding 12 1/2%. is it safe to go in? >> no. you know, these companies are all -- they declared the
Current
Jun 20, 2013 6:00am PDT
comedian, margaret cho on, and jim, guess what else, hot brie melissa fitzgerald. she has some great stories on james [ inaudible ]. he is exactly my age. >> yeah he looks 51 ten years ago. >> yeah, loved him. loved the sopranos. >> i never really watched them. >> stephanie: really? we had a whole thing around. >> remember when we were working at the disney studios, and james scalafini walked right by us? >> stephanie: no. >> really? you were drunk >> stephanie: i would have been scared. oh, paula dean paula dean. she had some thoughts, jim -- thank you, travis -- she had some thoughts about -- oh heaven, certain racial -- >> people of a certain decent from a certain continent. >> stephanie: yeah bad black guys. >> right. and she decides which are the bad ones. >> i heard that a lot when i lived in the south. >> stephanie: really? >> yes. >> i was told there is a difference between black people and n word. >> stephanie: oh, good. just in case you would like the fun facts, paula dean -- [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: she's a butter fan. not so much a fan of the n word. >> and
CNBC
Jun 17, 2013 11:00pm EDT
or break. sorry. it won't be. how about kevin in new jersey? kevin! >> caller: hey, boo-yah, mr. jim cramer. >> boo-yah, neighbor, what's going on? >> caller: i have a question regarding the oil prices reaching a nine-month high. southwest airlines. common sense would say either it's going to profit or it's going right to the consumer. if that's the case -- >> i'm not that concerned about oil. i think oil comes back down. i think it's unnaturally up because we are awash with oil. i'm not going to ban my quality that you should ban the airlines, no, not now. chris in new york. chris! >> caller: hey, i'm calling about utx, united technologies. i have been liking defense and aerospace contractors lately, lockheed, raytheon and textron but this one has been getting attention because of the contracts and the repair for the boeing 787. so i'm wondering if you see it as a bit pricey? >> no, i like it very much. my charitable trust took a profit in it. go back to 91, it's not. a guy on squawk this morning was telling a good story. i like you, tex. >> this is phil from surprise, arizona. >> w
CSPAN
Jun 22, 2013 6:00am EDT
, accompanied by mr. bob mueller and mr. jim comey. >> good afternoon, everybody. please have a seat. for more than a century, we have counted on the dedicated men and women of the fbi to keep us safe. in that time, the fbi has been led by six directors and the second longest serving director of the fbi, for the last 12 years, an exemplary public servant, bob mueller. by law fbi directors only serve for 10 years, but back in 2011, when bob's term was up, i asked congress to give him two more years. it was not a request i made lightly, and i know congress did not grant it lightly, but at the time transitions were underway at the cia and the pentagon, and given the threats facing our nation, it was critical to have bob's strong leadership at the bureau. 12 years is a long time to do anything. and i guarantee you that bob's wife agrees. in addition to asking congress, we need approval from ann as well. today, as bob prepares to complete his service, this is a wonderful opportunity for all of us as a nation to say thank you to bob and ann, but also gives me a chance to announce my next c
CNBC
Jun 20, 2013 7:00pm EDT
one i am blessing tomorrow him i'm jim cramer. i will see you tomorrow! ♪ ♪ ♪ >> a major sell-off on wall street as the markets stand in revolt against ben bernanke and the fed. i'm larry kudlow, welcome back to "the kudlow report's" special coverage of today's market meltdown. let's begin right away with our special coverage right on wall street and find out exactly what happened and why. cnbc's own bob pisani has been following it for us all day. give us your details and your take and good evening. >> good evening. 550-point decline in the dow in two days, larry. i'm calling this a mini perfect storm. several things, three in fact came together to cause most of the problems. first, the fed action causing people to worry about interest rate rises down the road. second, china is trying to reduce liquidity and they're trying to trick their own asset bubble and real estate there and that's causing gyrations in the emerging market world and we have an options exploration tomorrow and the options and futures when the s&p 500 drifted below 1600 in the middle of the day, that was a key
NBC
Jun 18, 2013 3:00am EDT
, boo-yah, mr. jim cramer. >> boo-yah, neighbor, what's going on? >> caller: i have a question regarding the oil prices reaching a nine-month high. southwest airlines. common sense would say either it's going to profit or it's going right to the consumer. if that's the case -- >> i'm not that concerned about oil. i think oil comes back down. i think it's unnaturally up because we are awash with oil. i'm not going to ban my quality that you should ban the airlines, no, not now. chris in new york. chris! >> caller: hey, i'm calling about utx, united technologies. i have been liking defense and aerospace contractors lately, lockheed, raytheon and textron but this one has been getting attention because of the contracts and the repair for the boeing 787. so i'm wondering if you see it as a bit pricey? >> no, i like it very much. my charitable trust took a profit in it. go back to 91, it's not. a guy on squawk this morning was telling a good sto. i like you, tex. >> this is phil from surprise, arizona. >> what's up? >> caller: i'm calling about facebook. where do you see facebook goi
CNBC
Jun 20, 2013 6:00pm EDT
play for more. joe in oklahoma. joe. >> boo-yah, jim from oklahoma. thanks for taking my call. >> absolutely, chief, what's going on? >> with all the commodity chaos, i was particularly looking at silver, silver techs 9%. is this a good buying opportunity or is the sector too risky, also? -- >> joe, i have been anti-silver for some time. i'm not going to be tempted on price. silver also has an industrial component i don't really care for. now, i haven't liked silver, i don't like silver. i'm not going to rem silver on the show. i like gold coins. i think gold coins will replace your portfolio, i will not recommend silver. ron if florida. ron. >> caller: jim, hi, breedings from an ex-jerseyite. i was like everybody else today, clutching my chest watching this market. my question is about bkcc black rock kel so. >> right. >> is that a buying ton ohrt take my lumps and run like a thief? >> first of all, i like black rock the company very much. i have shied away from these companies where i don't know what they own. but that company yields 11%. i don't know how it yields 11%. i do
CNBC
Jun 18, 2013 6:00pm EDT
lee. thanks so much for watching. don't go anywhere. mad money with jim cramer starts right now. >>> my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer! welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. i'm trying to make you a little money. my job not just to entertain you, but inform you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. you've got to approach this fed decision that's being released tomorrow as you would a blast. especially since the market had a strong day. with the dow climbing 138 points. s&p gaining 78 points. and then you have to expect that the bears who have so much more to lose than the bulls will fly in with all guns blazing performing an operation arc-like strike against the bulls. one of the b-52 pummelings and making it seem like no stock will survive. they're hoping to mow down all comers. anyone who think the fed is bold enough to be doing the right thing for the stock market and the economy, they're trapped like rat
Comedy Central
Jun 18, 2013 11:00pm PDT
guest tonight, comedian and author jim gaffigan is here. (cheers and applause) he has a book called dad is fat. but first tonight congress in the a three way tie for least popular branch of government. (laughter) however they may be about to accomplish-- and i know it sounds improbable-- something. (laughter) specifically immigration reform which suddenly has support even from republicans and for all the right reasons. >> we're in a demographic death spiral as a party and the only way we can get back in the good graces with the hispanic community in my view is comprehensive immigration reform. >> john: and i, lindsey graham, say to you the hispanic community, we choose to help you not because we want to but because mathematically we feel we have to. (cheers and applause) it's how all historic seismic changes have happened in america-- with great reluctance. so how have they managed to make this bill bipartisan? well, because it's a win-win-- good for republicans because they think it will win them hispanic votes and good for democrats because it will actually win them hispanic votes (la
PBS
Jun 19, 2013 4:30pm PDT
of st. louis jim fullars said he thought the fed is not aware enough of inflation whenne este george from kansas city said she did not support it. >> joining us to talk more, chief economist for moodies. what did we learn today? >> well, we learned that the fed is going to taper qe at the end of the year, end qe by this time next year and start raising interest rates by the early part of 2015. of course, that depends on the economy and that the economy sticks to the script that the fed believes it will and, you know, that's most likely economic sen scenario and interest rate path. >> mark, what do you think of the timetable? do you think the economy is ready to have the training wheels come off? >> yeah, i do. you know, i think that by late this year, the fiscal head winds, the tax increases and spending cuts will begin to fade that will let the better private economy shine through that is a long narrative in story but i think it is the best and most likely story and yes, at that point i think it makes sense to start tapering qe ending and starting to raise interest rates. >>
CNBC
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
: jim, hey, boo-yah from oshkosh. >> oshkosh, we love oshkosh. >> caller: how are you doing? thank you for all you do for me. i was wondering on this acadia pharmaceuticals, i have been listening to the conference calls like you taught us, they said the drug for parkinson's disease psychosis alone could be a significant factor if pricing. what do you think? >> yes, i'm not waivering, i think this is a speculative stock that can really by it's a bin binary after this guy janetic run. it's up 300%. we have liked it. i liked it when i first told you. obviously, you are up a lot. i do like the complex. but it's a spec name. let's understand that. quest core, hey, i'm sorry, i'd rather admit within i was wrong. i was wrong on crest co. it's another win for miami. opko health, a smarter spec, in the end, i am for them telling you, take the next game. [ music playing ] humans. even when we cross our "ts" and dot our "i's", we still run into problems. that's why liberty mutual insurance offers accident forgiveness with our auto policies. if you qualify, your rates won't go up due to your f
CNN
Jun 22, 2013 3:00pm PDT
world. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim acosta. you are in "the situation room." >>> we begin with what senators are calling a border surge, a breakthrough deal to double the size of the border patrol and hundreds of miles of security fence. it may be the best hope for passing immigration reform. the senate will need a big enough vote to give the bill momentum because in the house immigration reform is a very tough sell. here's cnn's chief congressional correspondent, dana bash. >> reporter: for republicans in particular it's all about border security. that's why they call an immigration deal to beef it up a breakthrough. >> the border should not be an issue if this amendment passes. >> reporter: it includes doubling the number of border agents to 40,000 and completing the 700-mile southern border fence. republican supporters emphasize border security measures must be completed and certified before some 11 million illegal immigrants can get on a 13-year path to u.s. citizenship. >> 11 million people live in the shadows, and they live here in defacto amnesty and, by god, they are be
CNN
Jun 15, 2013 3:00pm PDT
viewers in the united states and around the world. wolf blitzer is off. i'm jim acosta and you are in the situation room. >>> the white house said the syrian regime has crossed the president's red line by using chemical weapons, namely sarin, killing up to 150 people. president obama has decided to provide more aid, including military support, to syria's rebels, but how far is the u.s. willing to go? we begin with cnn's pentagon correspondent, barbara starr. barbara? >> reporter: the president has made the decision to act but you're right. the question now, what comes next. the obama administration is now confirming what was feared, that the syrian regime used chemical weapons multiple times. >> a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. that would change my calculus. rncht pressu >> reporter: pressure is growing on president obama to act. >> i applaud the president's position and i appreciate it but the president of the united states better understand just supplying weapons is not going to change the equation on the grou
CNBC
Jun 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
. so we have to keep an eye on them. one day we won't, but don't worry, it will get worked i'm jim cramer and i will see you monday! >> the two-day fed meeting is clearly the most important of the markets this week. the fed likely to signal tapering move. that's the headline. >> maybe i'm excited about the fed after all. >> the stocks are on fire. >> no taper in the statement today. >> we would continue to reduce the pace of purchases in measured steps through the first half of next year, ending purchases around mid-year. >> breaking news. the dow just down, touched down 300 points and we're down to 14.883, nearly a 2% drop. >> currently down by 280 points right now and this is the low of the day and the market is misinterpreting tapering for tightening. >> the fed-induced sell-off continuing and a big way as we approach this final stretch. >> you see the dow down 2.3%. the nasdaq is down 2-plus percent and the s&p down more than that. the markets believe this is the appropriate time to step out and troy to price what a world without fed management would look like and it's not goin
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 11:00am PDT
the fbi, jim comey. every day our fbi's special agents, analysts, and professional staff devote and often risk their lives keeping us secure from the streets of our cities to the battlefield of afghanistan. they embody the core prince pms of fidelity, bravery and integrity. bob mueller has embodied those values through decades of public service. and lived them every day as fbi director during an extraordinary period in our nation's history. bob, some of you will recall, was sworn in just days before 9/11. bob not only played a key role in our response to those attacks, he began one of the biggest transformations of the fbi in history. to make sure that nothing like that ever happens again. like the the marine that he's always been, bob never took his eyes off his mission. under his watch, the fbi joined forces with our intelligence, military and homeland security professionals to break up al qaeda cells, disrupt their activities and thwart their plots. i'll say it as clearly as i can. countless americans are alive today and our country is more secure because of the fbi's outstanding
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 11:30am PDT
and fox news contributor judy miller, radio talk show host monica crawly, jim pinkerton, the american conservative magazine, merrill brown, director of montclair university school of communication and media and fox news contributor richard grenell. i'm jon scott. "fox news watch" is on right now. >> our security is jeopardized. there's no doubt in my mind that we will lose capabilities as a result of this and that not only the united states, but those allies that we have helped, will no longer be as safe as they were two weeks ago. >> these disclosures have caused significant harm to our nation and to our safety. we're taking all necessary steps to hold the person responsible for these disclosures. >> the directors of the national security agency and the fbi commenting on this man, edward snowden, a 29-year-old american and former technical contractor who revealed himself as the leaker of the information about how our government collects phone and other data about us as part of what the government calls an effort to protect us. glen greenwald was the journalist who made headlines repo
CBS
Jun 15, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. we begin tonight in colorado, with some promising news in the fight against the most destructive wildfire in the history of the state. four days after the fire started burning, firefighters now say they are getting the upper hand on the flames. at last count, 473 homes have been destroyed in a roughly 24-square-mile area near colorado springs. and two people have been killed. tonight, the fire is said to be 45% contained. manuel bojorquez begins our coverage. >> reporter: more than 300 firefighters were added to the front lines this weekend for the first time this week, the fire did not assume more land or homes, but it has changed the landscape. el paso county sheriff terry maketa: >> it look like a nuclear bomb went off in some of those areas and you can't even recognize whether it was a house or some other kind of structure. >> and i am pleading for some accuracy. >> reporter: at a packed town hall meeting today, frustrated residents wondered whether their homes were destroyed or
CBS
Jun 22, 2013 6:00pm PDT
evening. i'm jim axelrod. we begin tonight with the case of edward snowden, the former national security agency contractor charged yesterday with espionage for leaking secrets about u.s. surveillance programs. the obama administration is now turning up the pressure on authorities in hong kong, where snowden is believed to be. as dan raviv reports, the u.s. and hong kong have an extradition treaty, and the white house expects hong kong to honor it. >> reporter: the white house says if hong kong doesn't extradite edward snowden soon, that would complicate relations with the u.s. and in a radio interview with cbs' mark knoller, president obama's national security adviser, tom donilon, pressed the point. >> reporter: the criminal complaint has three charges, two of them under the espionage act: but it's complicated. in 1997, hong kong, a british colony, was transferred to china. it remains semi-independent with its own legal system, but the chinese government has significant influence. snowden's fate may really be up to beijing. international law professor stephen vladeck: >> the pr
CNBC
Jun 18, 2013 11:00pm EDT
." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer #madtweets. send jim an e-mail to madmoney@cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney.cnbc.com. oh, he's a fighter alright. since aflac is helping with his expenses while he can't work, he can focus on his recovery. he doesn't have to worry so much about his mortgage, groceries, or even gas bills. kick! kick... feel it! feel it! feel it! nice work! ♪ you got it! you got it! yes! aflac's gonna help take care of his expenses. and us...we're gonna get him back in fighting shape. ♪ [ male announcer ] see what's happening behind the scenes at aflac.com. >>> on a day where the averages were higher again it's important to remember that despite the recent choppy trading we're still at more than 2,000 points for the year. 2,000 dow points. when the market has run that much picking stocks, finding new ones becomes a lot more difficult. but the stocks we tend to think of high quality names tend to be trading at stretch valuations by now and while they could have more upside if the fed gives us a st
FOX News
Jun 21, 2013 10:00am PDT
. mr. obama is about to announce he is going to name jim comey to replace outgoing fbi director robert mueller. wait until you hear what mr. comey's claim to fame is. our chief white house correspondent ed henry live on the north lawn. >> reporter: good to see you. you remember that dramatic moment in the hospital back in march of 2004. jim comey was a justice department official in the bush administration. john ashcroft the attorney general at the time was very ill. what was happening was top white house officials in the bush white house were trying to race over to the hospital and get john ashcroft to sign up on the warrantless wiretapping program the justice department just ruled was illegal. you remember james comey was the person who intervened with robert mueller's help, the fbi director then. comey pushed back on all of that. you see the president coming out introducing comey. >> forgive me. >> for more than a century we have counted on the dedicated women of the fbi to keep us safe. that time the fbi's been led by six directors. and the second longest serving director of the fb
CNN
Jun 21, 2013 2:00pm PDT
over to jim april cos -- acosta, who is filling in for wolf blitzer in "the situation room." >>> a jet is ready to fly. i'll ask a wealthy businessman why he's helping to arrange that risky effort. >> and a frightening near collision over new york city. why such a close call? and breaking news, the food network is dropping tv chef paula deen despite her videos apologizing for using racial slurs. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim acosta. you're in "the situation room." >>> and the breaking news, renowned celebrity chef paula deen is being dropped by the food network over the revelation of her having used "the n" word in the past. up until this controversy emerged, she was beloved by millions of people all over the country. so to have something like this happen is really a major development in the cable tv news industry. >> it really is. it's a huge shake-up. it's a devastating blow for her, for the network, for everyone involved. this all started after deen acknowledged using the "n" word during a deposition in a lawsuit. a former manager in her restaurant is suing deen and her man
CNN
Jun 20, 2013 2:00pm PDT
gandolfini. that's it for "the lead." i turn you over to jim acosta who is filling in for wolf blitzer in "the situation room." jim? >> thanks, jake. happening now, wall street's worst day of the year, fears of what the fed will do or more precisely won't do send the dow down more than 350 points. >> it's called a border surge, doubling the number of agents and doubling the 700 mile fence. and game on. as the heat and spurs get ready to decide the nba championship tonight, lebron james talks to cnn's rachel nichols. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim acosta and you're in "the situation room." >> we're starting with the big blow to wall street and most certainly your retirement accounts. the dow plummethed almost 350 points today and over 500 in two days. tom, what's happened here? >> ben bernanke came out and said we're going to back off of this government program that has helped push the economy along and that has sent the markets in a tail spin. he used the word "taper", he's going to taper the program. what does that mean? well, imagine the economy to be like a kid trying to ride a
CNN
Jun 19, 2013 2:00pm PDT
33. that's it for the lead today. i'm jake tapper. now to jim accosta filling in for wolf blitzer in "the situation room with wolf blitze blitzer". >> thanks, jake. president obama makes history in what used to be communist east berlin. can he ease growing concerns about american surveillance? the midair explosion that sent twa flight 800 into the atlantic was no accident. there could have been an fbi drone. >>> and would you like genetically modified ingredients with that burrito? what's happening at a major fast food chain that's coming clean. you're in "the situation room with wolf blitzer." i'm jim accosta. today president obama stood where the berlin wall once divided east and west where 50 years ago john f. kennedy once brought hope to isolated berliner berliners. it's not just what's in the president's speech making headlines but his administration's policy on surveillance. chief white house correspondent jessica yellin is live from there. this makes for tricky diplomacy. >> it does, jim. no doubt president obama would have preferred delivering a speech about big ideas and
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 1:00am PDT
. >> laura: in the impact segment tonight. democratic congressman jim mcdermott is upset over this fbi ad shows the mugshot of international terrorists. he says the poster is racist and offensive to muslims. we will deeted bait that in a second. what's clearly offensive is what defense secretary chuck hagel said this week that the university of nebraska at omaha. >> okay. so who has a way up in the back there? you are not a member of the taliban, are you? >> mr. secretary, i'm robin grande, an assistant professor at uno. >> laura: whoops? that professor was of indian dissent. joining us from dallas the president of the america together foundation. so, mr. gowts, why has this the there not been any outrage about secretary hagel's remark there? that was pretty interesting. >> it should have. and by the way i'm an indian too and it was very offensive remark as if he is calling me taliban there should have been outrage. i'm glad you are taking this up, laura. people should ask him to take that statement back. >> laura: i think, mr. ghouse probably if a republican tea party type guy had sai
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2013 12:00pm PDT
at the end of that clip, jim holds the soldier and he gives him a kiss. there isn't a better representation of who jim gandolfini is and was than that. i never kissed a man before i kissed jim gandolfini. that's just how i was and i understand that everyone's telling the same story. he really cared for people. he wanted to do something to help people. he said, you know, i'm a celebri celebrity. i want to use this in a way that will help and he worked hard at it. he did a good job. >> before the sopranos started, it seemed like he was always playing characters named vinnie, angelo, tony, joey. his heritage was important to him. i read that he had reservations about the way italian americans were portrayed in the sopranos, he took that seriously. for all the italian mooks he played, i can say that because i'm italian, he explained himself as a 260 pound woody allen. was he type cast? >> any time he had a chance to play a different role, the director of the cia, he did a really good job. his community opportunities were good. he cared about community media, community television.
CNBC
Jun 20, 2013 1:00pm EDT
where we are now. jim mcdonald, northern trust, 1550 to 1800, and we'll find out why, and gary fay, 1650 to 1700. >> it's the second biggest down day in a row after yesterday's fed announcement. we'll put it all in perspective for you and talk about the next six months. we did outline your target for the s&p. given the volatility we see in the market not only today but recently, what's going to get us to that target? >> we think there are three things that will help equities move further ahead as we moo through this year. the first thing is earnings revisions. we've seen earnings revisions in the s&p move to the positive side. that's a big change for us. the second is investor positioning. investors have been very skeptical of the rise we've seen. it's only given rise to that skepticism, and the third thing is we think the data will be a little bit better as we move to the second half of this year. >> jim, let me ask you to help get my head around what i'm waupg he watching here the last couple days. yesterday the fed chairman says he's going to do exactly what he's been hinting he
CBS
Jun 16, 2013 9:00am EDT
yourself? >> i'm not trying to prove something. >> reporter: we talk about father hood with jim gaffigan ahead on "sunday morning.". >> debbie reynolds is classic hollywood but her on life story seems to be forever entwined with the stories of two other big stars. this morning she talks about them and more with mo rocca. ♪ tammy, tammy ♪ tammy's in love. >> reporter: on screen, debbie reynolds was the good girl you root for. off screen she was the good girl who got wronged. you must get tired of talking about eddie fisher and elizabeth taylor. >> no, i don't get tired of it because i'd like to clear it up for everybody. >> reporter: she does just that ahead on is up "sunday morning" there >> there's the music our greatest pop stars make, then there's the music behind the music. backup singers are often overlooked, but now by the ears of our own ben tracy. >> reporter: their voices have made songs iconic. but these singers are largely unknown. when you're singing background for somebody, what is your job? >> my job is to make them look incredible. and sound incredible. becaus
Current
Jun 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
, jim? >> that's why you're spinning is to get away from it as fast as possible. god! >> stephanie: trying to be parental with me. no, you cannot get a woot woot and that's final. >> stephanie: what about a what what? >> no. >> stephanie: i'm no edward snowden, father. i said no on the woot woot and the what what. hilarious. sound byte yesterday. all right edward but no more secrets. don't leak anymore. all right! you know what? you're not hanging around with that glen greenwald anymore. now you said the thing about russia. listen to me. don't make me get your mother. no, no! [ laughter ] someone thinks someone did not have enough time-outs as a child. hmm, that's just me. speaking of that whole case, looky, we have hate mail. >> when do we ever get hate mail? >> stephanie: you know. this is one of those issues. if you're not the right kind of liberal, you're not a liberal at all. you're not allowed to play in any of the liberal reindeer games anymore. if you might share some of al franken's thoughts on this. >> all of a sudden, i'm getting e-mail saying al franken was never a libe
ABC
Jun 16, 2013 3:30pm PDT
those ceos more concerned over bigger business or your better care? here's abc's jim avila tonight. >> reporter: gleaming new towers. fancy birth suites. expensive mri machines. and even robot surgeons. hospitals proudly market them as the marvel of american medicine. but critics say they are also costly examples of what is wrong with a bloated health care system. >> as long as we have volume-based payment, you get paid for every single thing you do, well, people will do more things. >> reporter: there is plenty of blame to go around, but an abc/kaiser health news investigation finds that six figure incentives added to million dollar salaries, often paid to hospital ceos, contribute significantly to the problem. >> one reason that the system has gotten so big and so expensive is that hospital ceos are paid to make it that way. >> reporter: payments like these -- the ceo of carolinas health system in charlotte, a $2.8 million bonus last year for meeting, among other things, financial goals. and for growth in scope and scale. his total pay? nearly $5 million. in seattle, where valley
Current
Jun 21, 2013 6:00am PDT
conversation started. also today, president obama is going to nominate jim comy to replace robert muller. he is a republican but notably raised concerns about a secret electronic surveillance program during the bush administration. he'll have to be confirmed by the senate and he is likely to get plenty of questions about how he feels about the program. he was general counsel for bridgewater associates, and he was an executive at lockheed martin. the white house calls him one of our most skilled security and law enforcement officials. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ (vo) current tv is the place for compelling true stories. (kaj) jack, how old are you? >> nine. (adam) this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines. way inside. (christoff) we're patrolling the area looking for guns, drugs bodies ... (adam) we're going to places where few others are going. [lady] you have to get out now. >> lots of terrible things happen to people growing marijuana. >> this crop to me is my livelihood. >> i'm being violated
ABC
Jun 16, 2013 6:30pm EDT
his kidney but not to his dad. brothers from mississippi received jim's son's kidney. then a mississippi brother gave a kidney to a man in houston. jim got his from a guy who needed another kidney. that is a six-way swap. unbelievable. >> great day at the maryland zoo for the ten miler. 6,000 came out to the 6th annual put together race. at 7:30 the race was on. now here is the deal. our cheryl connor who we will see in solid last place, for the reason, to start last and pass runners as she can. for each person she passes she can give $1 for the girls. cheryl managed to pass more than 3,000 runners meaning she hands over more than $3,000 to the girls on the one program. that is now in 41 schools and just started in baltimore city. and abc2 was a proud sponsor of yesterday's baltimore ten miler. >> [applause] >> that is great. orioles win three out of four against the red sox. his 100th career home run, 23rd of the year. nicky markakis went four for five. he had his 32nd double. he picks up the win. jim johnson nailed it count. they are in detroit tomorrow night. >> and now ma
KICU
Jun 20, 2013 4:00am PDT
expected to receive aid money. world bank president jim yong kim says climate change threatens to derail global poverty fighting efforts. "south asia is a cornerstone in our effort at ending poverty, if we don't take action now, we'll never reach our goal and the impact could be devestating." climate change is still heavily debated. despite that, funding efforts spiked in 2012, and are expected to go even higher. as the immigraiton bill winds its way through congress... the congressional budget office estimates-- the bill would reduce the deficit by $197 billion during the next 10 years. the study shows by moving immigrants to legal status-- they add to the economy and become taxpayers. critics have said passing the immigration bill would be costly to the country. on the hill this week, a house panel passed a measure making a federal crime for illegal immigrants to live in the u.s. so much for liking the way george zimmer looks. zimmer, the founder,. chairman -- and pitchman -- for the discount suit chain, men's wearhouse, has been abruptly dumped by the retailer's board. zimmer had repo
NBC
Jun 18, 2013 5:30pm PDT
next several years, including some of the very top flight units. our pentagon correspondent jim miklaszewski has more on that story tonight. >> six. >> seven. >> reporter: it's the ultimate all boys club. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: the grueling, physically demanding training to become an elite u.s. navy s.e.a.l. has always been closed to women. but under pentagon orders, that could change. >> we're looking for smart, qualified operators. you know, there's just -- there's a new dynamic. the days of rambo are over. >> reporter: military services have been ordered to open nearly 240,000 combat related jobs to women in the next three years, which could even include frontline combat roles in special forces like the army rangers and navy s.e.a.l.s. that could be a tough challenge. physical standards will not be lowered for women. load the tank round has got to be one that's done by a male tank gunner or a female tank gunner. we don't have different size weight rounds for them. >> reporter: there's also serious concern about the effect on young men and women isolated in small units under
CW
Jun 16, 2013 9:00pm CDT
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